Paloma Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa

The high restaurant count and great pool scene do this place proud. Plus, it's had a top-to-toe makeover for May 2015.

The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.

This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are seven altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.

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Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.


Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Relax pool

If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis®* - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.

Kids' club

A great hotel-run kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.

Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*

Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.

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twin room with limited sea view and balcony

These twin rooms come with 1 child bed and 1 extra bed in the bedroom. Outside there’s a balcony overlooking the partial sea view. You’ll also have a TV, air-con from May to October and Wi-Fi*. Just so you know, these rooms are non-smoking rooms.

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Thomson website does not do this hotel justice!!

Myself and my partner visited the Paloma Renaissance Hotel in June and we had a very luxurious time! Just like my title suggests, we booked trough Thomson and got a great deal. However, before our arrival we were nervous about what the hotel was going to look like as a lot of the photos we had seen on Thomson and trip advisor were not as convincing as previous hotels we had visited. To contradict myself I am not adding many photos, but hopefully this review will be helpful! Location: Amazing views of the mountains in a lovely stretch of sea with the area being quite quiet. It's about a half an hour bus journey away from Kemer. Near the hotel there are small shops where you can buy genuine fakes or food and water. There is not much you can do around the hotel if you are bored as you'd need to get a bus or taxi to go anywhere. Nonetheless I was happy that it was a bit quieter. Hotel: Amazing decor and a very large hotel. With great swimming pools and lovely facilities, the hotel is definitively five star. The main building has great marble floors and staircases that gives the building a touch of class. In that building there is a top quality gym with great machines and lots of free weights which is handy. The restaurants and bars in the main building are spacious and are nice places to eat and drink. There is a lovely garden walkway that takes you to both the outdoor pools and beach. Staff: Most of the staff are great! They are very friendly and always look out for your best interests. If you are recognised by a waiter at dinner then they are very tentative and will treat you well. However if not then the service can be quite slow and you have to ask for drinks at dinner rather than be asked. All inclusive: Very good all inclusive. The drinks list was full and enjoyable. The food in the buffet was very consistent and tasty. A lot of choices for different palates! Bedroom: Very comfortable bedroom with a very good and powerful shower. Shower was also very big! Beds were comfortable and changed daily! We had a terrace area outside our bedroom which we didn't use but was nice to have. Downsides: Breakfast times and location isn't always clear or enjoyable as it changes to a different restaurant at 9:30. It's hard to book some of the restaurants as the days they are open aren't always easily found. As already mentioned, service at the dinner or lunch is sometimes slow when you are wanting drinks. Overall: Hugely enjoyable all inclusive holiday. Big hotel with a luxury feel to it. Fantastic faculties with friendly staff and good food. Lots of choices with different restaurants. Five star for sure and somewhere I would go back to for a future holiday with my partner or with a family. More

James L, 186525

Nice setting

This resort has a lovely setting, right on the beach and spread out in really well maintained gardens with a nice backdrop of the mountains. Couldn't really fault the room we stayed in, decorated to a high standard and kept lovely and clean, the only downside to the room was that the air conditioning felt fairly weak but the temperate outside during our stay was excessive (35-40 degrees celsius). The reception, bar area, pool area and beach were also well kept. Downsides, well the service wasn't great in the restaurants I have to say, often in the evening you'd be ignored for getting a drink with your meal or in the bar during the evening would just sit there and be ignored whilst others around you could receive several rounds of drinks during the same time. Food quality was average at best. Although there would be various theme nights; seafood, Italian etc the food was pretty much the same every day, (the ice cream was great!) Staff, there were some great members of the team (didn't manage to catch any names), one young lady in particular was always interacting with the children and with a smile on her face who was an absolute credit to the hotel. Some other great members of the team like the young guy around the pool bar who was always very attentive.However, there were some staff on the other hand who just looked like they didn't want to be there. All in all a pleasant stay at the hotel but probably some areas for improvement. More

RH10, 187051

Nice hotel in Beautiful Grounds

After a quick 40 min transfer from the airport we arrived at the hotel. The area around the hotel is fairly remote with mainly only other all inclusive properties around the area. The room was very nice and had a separate sitting area, good size TV and great shower. 8/10 The restaurants were all nice. Buffet has a wide variety of international food. We ate in most of the al a carte restaurants and again the food was always good. Election of drinks also good on the all inclusive option and always served in a glass excpet around the pool which is understandable. The grounds in which the hotel sit are beautiful and I would actually say are a highlight. Very very nice to walk though and lots of nice shade from the heat of the day. Main swimming pool area very nice with bar in the middle and plenty of beds and umbrellas. Towel hut by the pool so fresh towels every day. Spent a lot of time at the Sunset bar by the sea. Lots of big round "sofas" to lie on with a canopy that could be pulled over. Very relaxing. All in all a nice hotel which I would happily recommend to anyone looking for a quite and relaxing break .More

Timeflies1980, 186377

My second home in Beldibi

i stayed at this hotel by default, i had originally booked to stay in the Sentido Sultan (My first home in Beldibi and favourite hotel) but they did not open this year. I opted to stay here as some of the staff from Sentido were working there. i was not expecting to enjoy my stay there but was pleasantly surprised.. the hotel is very well looked after, and luxurious..there are a few different pools to sit around or use, i liked the adults only pool, a choice of different restaurants and bars..the food was good...the rooms were beautiful, very clean, the grounds were very well kept and extensive, lovely if you want a romantic walk, and the beach bar was lovely, spent a lot of time there. For me, i loved seeing the staff from Sentido, and must say Mustafa, (guest relations) Erhan, Yunus, Deniz, and the other staff really made the holiday, i felt like we had family in Renaissance hotel, and it was good to be there. Having mentioned Sentido staff, the Rennaissance staff were pleasant, and helpful..Irish bar was not open when we were there in May, but will go back in October, and i hope it will be then.. Very good hotel..More

Lisabella22, 186338

Our second home

Wow...what a wonderful hotel! If you've never tried an all inclusive hotel this would be a good one to try first! The problem would be you would never find another of this quality.The hotel is mainly French, Belgians and Germans with British in the minority. Everyone is very civilised , polite and well behaved. The gardens are beautifully kept and it's a pleasure to walk around them. The mountains behind are stunning and we loved our Nordic walking ( hotel supplied poles and arranged a taxi and guide for us) in the Goynuk Canyon. This was the only time we ventured out as there was plenty to keep us busy in the hotel and grounds. We liked to sit by the relax pool as it was very quiet compared to the larger pool with slides and music. Swimming in the sea was amazing and the water surprisingly warm for early in the season. The staff were wonderful and treated us like royalty! We're counting the days till our next visit.More

Nina T, 504038

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